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Old 02-28-2018, 03:20 PM
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Hey guys, anyone recognize this signature? I took a pic both ways as I don't even know which way is right side up.
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First picture is the correct way

Its Hideo Nomo
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Thanks! Most appreciated.
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That is his most desired era of signature. The baseball you pictured is easily a $200+ baseball, I have sold several in the past and they go quick.
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WOW! I had no idea. What exactly makes it so desirable? Is it what looks to be his auto in Japanese to the right? The ball is going to be offered for sale. Is ebay the best venue to sell or possibly on the B/S/T?
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It has both the Japanese and English signature. I think you'd get more money for it on eBay than the BST. Japanese buyers are probably your highest paying audience.
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eBay would definitely be best - it isn't just the Japanese signature that makes it more valuable, it is the actual English version on there that does. He used that variation his first year or two in the league and those really command a heavy premium. Always a quick sale and always a Japanese buyer for the 3-4 I have sold in the past decade.

VERY nice baseball and you'll have no problem finding a buyer.

Edited to add, your first picture is the correct angle of the signature. If you really wanted a quick sale, I'd offer $150 for it.

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